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1 CONTINUING EDUCATION CLASSES Job Skills Training Personal Enrichment Workforce Development WINTER 2014

2 Transform YOUR LIFE! AFFORDABLE CONVENIENT FLEXIBLE Prince George s Community College is the center for community education, workforce training, and personal enrichment in Prince George s County. Whether your interest is taking a computer course or exploring a new hobby, choose from hundreds of classes designed to transform your life. Register today! Ongoing enrollment and varying start dates throughout the winter. PGCC.edu Degree & Certificate Programs 1,600+ Course Offerings 40,000+ Students Served Yearly 15118

3 TABLE OF CONTENTS Registration Form.... Inside Back Cover Campus Map....2 Registration Information....4 Register Online...4 Register in Person....4 Register by Mail....4 How to Read the Noncredit Schedule of Classes....5 What You Need to Know to Get Started.. 5 How to Find Your Largo Campus Classroom....5 Payment Information....6 Tuition (Subject to Change)... 6 Tuition Waiver....6 Fees (Subject to Change)... 6 Employer-Paid Tuition/Purchase Orders.. 7 Returned Checks....7 Refunds....7 General Information....8 Eligibility....8 Cancellation of Classes....8 Room Assignments and Changes....8 Bookstore....8 Holidays....8 College Closings...8 Parking...8 Smoke and Tobacco Free Campus....8 Nondiscrimination Information....8 Title IX....8 Student Right to Know Act....9 Annual Security Report....9 FERPA....9 Servicemember s Opportunity College...9 Drug and Alcohol Prevention....9 Alumni Association Disabled Students Accessible Transportation Additional Class Information Campus Services Directory Winter 2014 Noncredit Classes Accounting and Bookkeeping Accounting Quickbooks Agriculture Aquatics Business Management Skills Event Planning General Business Skills Government Service Management and Supervisory Skills Non-Profit Management Notary Public Public Services Small Business Children's Developmental Clinic and Student with Special Needs Computers and Information Technology Keyboarding Beginners Microsoft Office Help Desk Database Design Web Design and Management ilife...27 Security Networking Hardware Online Training Construction Management Construction Skilled Trades...34 Building Maintenance Core Skills Electricity and Adv. Electrical HVAC/R (Heating, Ventilation, Air Condition/Refrigeration) Locksmithing Masonry Plumbing Residential Maintenance...37 Cosmetology/Braiding/Make-Up Cosmetology Professional Braiding Make-Up Artistry Creative and Performance Arts...38 Creative Writing Fine Arts Creativity Graphics Art and Design Performing Arts and Music Early Childhood Education Education/Teacher Training ESL (English for Speakers of Other Languages) English Communication and Writing Communication Skills Writing Enrichment And Personal Growth Career Planning Student Success...47 Lifestyle Personal Finance Facility Management Credential Programs Fitness and Health Dance Wellness GED Preparation, The NEDP, and Adult Basic Skills Green Training Health Care Support First Aid and CPR Caregiving Assisted Living Management...52 Nursing Training Pharmacy Technician Nursing Assistant Medical Billing Medical Office Assistant Phlebotomy Technician...57 Home and Garden Home Interior Landscaping Hospitality...58 Food Service...58 Human Resources and Payroll Management Human Resources Human Resources Electives Language Communication American Sign Language (ASL) Conversational Foreign Language Mediation...62 Nutrition Photography Public Safety and Security Security Protection Real Estate and Insurance Property and Casualty Real Estate Licensure Real Estate Applications...66 Telecommunication Transportation and Distribution Automotive Technology Auto Body Repair and Refinishing Commercial Driver License A and B...68 Driver Education Forklift Certification Motorcycle Safety Motorcycle Mechanics Small Gas Engines Travel Business and Sales Veterinary Videography Apple Final Cut Pro Motion Adobe Premier Online Courses Degree and Extension Centers Laurel College Center Joint Base Andrews...83 Skilled Trades Center University Town Center...83 Westphalia Training Center The schedule of classes is subject to change. Visit Owl Link for the latest course updates at

4 2 LARGO CAMPUS MAP WINTER Kent Hall Administration Workforce Development and Continuing Education Human Resources 2. Accokeek Hall elearning Services Library 10. Novak Field House 11. Robert I. Bickford Natatorium Pool Racquetball Courts Weight Room 12. Continuing Education Building (classrooms only) 3. Bladen Hall Admissions and Records Advising and Transfer Services Cashier Disability Support Services (DSS) Enrollment Services Financial Aid Office (FAO) Health Education Center (nurse) Recruitment Registration Veterans Services Welcome Center 13. Steel Building 14. Annex A 15. Facilities Management Building Campus Police 16. Track/Practice Soccer Field 17. Golf Range 18. Tennis Courts 4. Bladen Hall Campus Police Substation College Lab Services (computer labs) Language Studies Lab Student Assessment Services (Testing Center) Tutoring and Writing Centers 5. Largo Student Center Bookstore Campus Dining College Life Services Community Rooms A, B, C Rennie Forum 19. Racquetball Courts 20. Auto Bay 21. Warehouse 22. Baseball Diamond 23. Softball Diamond 24. Picnic Grove 25. Temporaries 1 and 2 6. Chesapeake Hall 26. Temporary Services Building TS 7. Lanham Hall International Education Center Service Learning 27. Temporary Offices Building TO 28. Temporary Classrooms Building TZ 8. Marlboro Hall Career Services Marlboro Gallery Student Development Resource Center (SDRC) Student Support Services (TRiO) Vocational Support Services (VSS) 29. Center for Advanced Technology College Lab Services (computer labs) Cyber Café 30. Center for Health Studies Marvelous Market 9. Queen Anne Fine Arts Hallam Theatre 31. Temporary Main Soccer Field Prince George s Community College Transforming Lives

5 LARGO CAMPUS MAP 3 Parking Lots... A H Students Staff Staff & Faculty only V Visitors only Handicapped only Largo Campus Class Location Abbreviations AH...Accokeek Hall AB...Auto Bay BH...Bladen Hall CAT...Center for Advanced Technology CHS...Center for Health Studies CE...Continuing Education Building CH...Chesapeake Hall KH...Kent Hall LH...Lanham Hall LSC...Largo Student Center MH...Marlboro Hall NA...Natatorium NF...Novak Field House QA...Queen Anne Fine Arts TO...Temporary Building TZ...Temporary Building TS... Temporary Building The schedule of classes is subject to change. Visit Owl Link for the latest course updates at

6 4 REGISTRATION INFORMATION WINTER 2014 REGISTER ONLINE To register online you must have an address and you must pay with a credit card when you register. TO ACCESS OWL LINK NEW STUDENTS I. Go to 1. Select Owl Link. 2. Select the Workforce Development & Cont. Ed. Students menu. 3. Select Enroll and Register for courses. 4. Click on Create a student account. Fill out all of the demographic information (required fields are noted by a red *) and check the box at the bottom of the page before hitting the SUBMIT button. 5. You will then be asked to confirm your personal information. Check to make sure all information is correct. If not, DO NOT check the check box at the bottom of the page. Just click the SUBMIT button. This will return you to the previous page to make the necessary corrections. 6. Submit and confirm information. Once you have determined the information is correct, check the box at the bottom of the page and SUBMIT. 7. You will be sent two separate s with your Owl Link User ID and temporary password. 8. After retrieving this information, select the Workforce Development and Cont. Ed. Students menu again. Select the Enroll and Register for Courses option again. 9. This time, Click on Login to Owl Link. Login using the information provided to you in your . On the next screen you will immediately be prompted to change your password to one of your choosing. II. Select the Workforce Development & Cont. Ed. Students menu again. 1. Select Enroll and Register for Courses. 2. Click on Register for Courses. 3. If you know the course that you want to register for, type the course number in the Course Code number box (e.g., ENR-317) and SUBMIT. This will give you a list of all available sections for that course. 4. Choose the section you want and SUBMIT. 5. On the following screen, you will be shown the section you registered for and, if you like, you may choose your education goal, reason for taking and how you learned of this class. Then SUBMIT. 6. The Pay for Class screen will come up. 7. To pay, click on the down arrow next to Choose one of the following and select Register Now (Check out). You will be asked what type of credit card you will be using (Discover, MasterCard, VISA). Choose the appropriate one and SUBMIT. 8. You will be prompted for your credit card information. 9. Fill out all the necessary information and SUBMIT. III. After submitting you will see a confirmation screen. Print this out for your records. That s it! You re officially registered! We hope you enjoy your educational experience with Prince George s Community College. RETURNING STUDENTS If you have previously enrolled in a course at Prince George s Community College, you will be required to login to Owl Link before you can register. Go to and select Owl Link I. If you know your UserID and password information, select the Login prompt. 1. Fill out your login information and press SUBMIT to login. 2. If you do not know your login information, follow the appropriate links on the login screen to retrieve your UserID and/or password. II. Once you have successfully logged in to Owl Link, select the Workforce Development & Cont. Ed. Students menu. 1. Select Enroll and Register for Courses. 2. Click on Register for Courses. 3. If you know the course that you want to register for, type the course number in the Course Code number box (e.g. ENR-317). This will give you a list of all available sections for that course. 4. Choose the section you want and SUBMIT. 5. On the following screen, you will be shown the section you registered for and, if you like, you can choose your education goal, reason for taking and how you learned of this class. Then SUBMIT. 6. The Pay for Class screen will come up. 7. To pay, click on the down arrow next to Choose one of the following and select Register Now (Check out). You will be asked what type of credit card you will be using (Discover, MasterCard, VISA). Choose the appropriate one and SUBMIT. 8. You will be prompted for your credit card information. 9. Fill out all the necessary information and click SUBMIT. III. After submitting you will see a confirmation screen. Print this out for your records. That s it! You re officially registered! We hope you enjoy your educational experience with Prince George s Community College. REGISTER IN PERSON In-person registration takes place on a continuous basis at the Admissions and Records department located in Bladen Hall, Room 126. Hours Mon. Thurs. Fri. 8:30 a.m. 8 p.m. 8:30 a.m. 5 p.m. REGISTER BY MAIL Complete the registration form on the inside back cover and mail it along with your check or money order (payable to Prince George s Community College) to Cashier s Office Prince George s Community College 301 Largo Road Largo, MD All mail-in registrations should be postmarked two weeks in advance of the class start date. Prince George s Community College Transforming Lives

7 REGISTRATION INFORMATION HOW TO READ THE NONCREDIT SCHEDULE OF CLASSES CONSTRUCTION AND SKILLED TRADES GENERAL/OTHER CONSTRUCTION SKILLS Continuing Education Certificate in Building Maintenance Engineer A Certificate of Completion as a Building Maintenance Engineer I is awarded upon completion of: OCU-322 Building Maintenance Engineer, Level 1 and OCU-324 Building Maintenance Engineer, Level 2 1. Blue headers (main section title): Area of study, industry and/or career field 2. Black headers with lines (subhead): Program of study, specialization within a career field 3. Blue box: Short program description and/ or availability of certificate options. Many careers require educational credentialing or professional licensing to validate your level of expertise in a certain field. Prince George's Community College offers a Certificate of Completion in many of its programs to validate your professional development and show that you have successfully completed the required series of related courses. 4. Bold text: Course number and title OCU-322 Building Maintenance Engineer, Level CEUs This course introduces the basic knowledge needed for an entry-level position in building maintenance. This course will provide an overview of hand tools, estimating cost and materials, building structure, materials, fasteners and safety and preventive maintenance procedures. Textbook required. Instructor: Tyrone Talton. 14 sessions, $420* Tu 9/9 12/ p.m. STC M 9/8 12/8 6 9 p.m. STC WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW TO GET STARTED 1. Select the course you want to take from among those listed in this Schedule of Noncredit Classes. For example: OCU OCU-327 Overview of Industrial Maintenance Careers 0.8 CEUs Whether you are considering a career in industrial maintenance or currently working in the field, this course provides an excellent overview of both the job opportunities and the skills needed for a rewarding career in industrial maintenance. 1 session, $99* plus $10 materials fee S 10/11 9 a.m. 5 p.m. LCC 5. Regular text: Course description, special requirements, number of sessions, cost 6. Bold text: Number of sessions and related costs and fees. 7. Pale blue table: Describes the section of the course for which you will register beginning with a unique five-digit identification number, day(s) on which the course will meet, beginning and end dates, times, and location. 2. Select the section you want to attend by choosing the dates, times and locations that best meet your needs. 3. Make a note of your choice by writing down both the course designator and the synonym number. 4. Now, you re ready to register! HOW TO FIND YOUR LARGO CAMPUS CLASSROOM A few days before your class is scheduled to begin, you can use Owl Link to find the location of your class on the Largo campus. 1. Go to 2. Select Owl Link at the top of the screen. 3. Click on Workforce Development & Cont. Ed. Students. Click on Search Cont. Ed. Classes. 4. Enter the course number and SYN # for your section. For example: FIN Click SUBMIT and the Largo building and classroom will be displayed. Find your classroom in person by visiting Bladen Hall, Room 126, Monday Thursday from 8:30 a.m. 7 p.m., or, Friday 8:30 a.m. 4 p.m. or Marlboro Hall, Room 1095, Saturday from 8 a.m. 4 p.m. If your course is being taught at another location or extension center, rooms will be posted by the off-campus site coordinator. The schedule of classes is subject to change. Visit Owl Link for the latest course updates at

8 6 PAYMENT INFORMATION WINTER 2014 TUITION (SUBJECT TO CHANGE) If you have not registered online, tuition must be paid in person or by mail to the Cashier s Office in Bladen Hall, Room 120. Tuition listed is for residents of Prince George s County. Tuition for residents of other Maryland counties is an additional $5 per course. Tuition for residents of other states or the District of Columbia is an additional $10 per course. (Example: Tuition for First Aid is $50 for Prince George s County residents, $55 for residents of other Maryland counties and $60 for residents of other states or the District of Columbia.) TUITION WAIVER Senior Citizens Maryland residents who are age 60 or older at the start of the semester are exempt from the payment of tuition for courses for which state funding is received. In addition, they are exempt from payment of instructional services fees, but not registration fees and special instructional fees. Waivers only apply to courses with an asterisk next to the tuition. The asterisk (*) indicates courses for which state funds are received. Notwithstanding the provisions for exemption contained herein, the college reserves the right to cancel classes for reasonable cause, which may include insufficient enrollment of regularly enrolled (nonexempt) students. Note: Textbooks, course supplies, and materials are not covered by this exemption. For more information, contact the Office of Admissions and Records, Maryland Disabled Persons Any Maryland resident who is out of the workforce because of a permanent disability may be eligible for a waiver of tuition, but not fees, for continuing education instruction designed to lead to employment, including life skills instruction. Contact the Office of Admissions and Records, Bladen Hall, Room 126, to obtain the necessary forms to apply for this waiver and to get a full description of this benefit. Or your name and address to pgcc.edu to have the forms mailed to you. Be sure to put Tuition Waiver Forms in the subject line of your . Notwithstanding the provisions for exemption contained herein, the college reserves the right to cancel classes for reasonable cause, which may include insufficient enrollment of regularly enrolled (nonexempt) students. Note: Textbooks, course supplies, and materials are not covered by this exemption. For more information, contact the Office of Admissions and Records, FEES (SUBJECT TO CHANGE) Registration Fees A $15 registration fee will be added to your bill upon registration. This fee will allow you to register for one or more courses during any given term. Senior citizens will be charged a $50 registration fee per term. The $50 fee applies to courses in this schedule that are marked with an asterisk no matter what the tuition. A senior citizen who enrolls in a $25 course that is marked with an asterisk is still responsible for the $50 registration fee. The terms for which a registration fee will be assessed are the following: Spring Jan. 1 Apr. 30 Summer May 1 Aug. 26 Fall Aug. 27 Dec. 31 Registration fees are nonrefundable. If, however, the college cancels all of the courses in which the student was enrolled during a given term, Veterans Upward Bound Transforming the lives of veterans. Program Overview Veterans Upward Bound is a TRiO program at Prince George s Community College that provides short-term remedial and refresher courses for veterans who have delayed pursuing a post-secondary education. Veterans Upward Bound Focus Core competencies and refresher courses (mathematics, English, science, basic computer skills, foreign language) Career exploration Computer literacy Wellness seminars and workshops Course registration assistance Individualized academic assessments Educational, social, and cultural activities Free weekly academic tutoring Academic counseling To learn more, call or visit All TriO programs are funded by the U.S. Department of Education Prince George s Community College Transforming Lives

9 PAYMENT INFORMATION 7 the registration fee will be automatically refunded to the student. Note: Senior citizens are responsible for a $50 registration fee even if some of their courses are canceled. For example, if a senior citizen pays the $50 registration fee, enrolls in three courses, and two are canceled, the senior citizen is still responsible for the $50 registration fee that semester. Class-Related Fees Students enrolled in noncredit courses are required to pay fees determined by the college to be related to the special costs associated with the delivery of instruction. These fees are designated in this publication as lab fees, food fees, materials fees, etc. and may be payable to the college or the instructor, as designated. No student is exempt from the payment of these fees. EMPLOYER-PAID TUITION/ PURCHASE ORDERS If your employer is paying your tuition: Step 1: Get a purchase order, tuition assistance form or letter of intent from your employer. The document must have your name, amount to be paid, billing address, purchase order number and the original signature of person(s) authorizing payment. Step 2: Register in person at the Admissions and Records Office in Bladen Hall, Room 120 between 9 a.m. and 7 p.m., Monday Thursday or on Friday between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. and present the purchase order (two copies), tuition assistance form or letter of intent at the time you pay your tuition to the Cashier s Office. Step 3: The bookstore is an independent entity from the college and is paid directly by the employer. If you are entitled to a reimbursement for books, you must obtain a separate purchase order, tuition assistance form or letter of intent addressed to Prince George s Community College Bookstore. For more information visit Note: The college will not bill in order to reimburse the student. Students paying their own tuition must be reimbursed by their employer or agency. The purchase order, tuition assistance form or letter of intent will not be accepted after payment has been made by the student. RETURNED CHECKS If the college receives final notice of a check being returned for any reason prior to the start of class, you will be dropped from all classes with no financial obligation other than the returned check fee and registration fee. All checks are deposited twice. If the college receives final notification of the returned check on or after the first day of the class, you will not be dropped from classes. You will remain enrolled unless you personally withdraw or otherwise adjust your schedule during the refund period. At the end of that period, you, the student, will be liable for tuition and fees for all remaining courses plus the returned check fee, regardless of whose check was used to pay your tuition. No certificates will be issued until the indebtedness has been paid. REFUNDS Individuals who withdraw from a course the day before the start date will be issued a 100% refund of tuition, and course-related fees, but not registration fees. No refunds will be issued after that date. OWL ALERT REGISTER NOW Sign up for this FREE emergency text messaging and notification system called Owl Alert. Be among the first to learn of college closings. Visit The schedule of classes is subject to change. Visit Owl Link for the latest course updates at

10 8 GENERAL INFORMATION WINTER 2014 ELIGIBILITY Admission to Continuing Education programs is open to all students 16 years of age and older, unless the class is specially designed for a limited age group or population. There may be educational prerequisites for some courses. CANCELLATION OF CLASSES The college reserves the right to cancel sections, change meeting places, or make other changes that the college deems appropriate. Every effort is made to notify students of course cancellations by phone or by prior to the start of classes. If a class is canceled, all tuition and fees will be automatically refunded unless the student selects a comparable course to replace the canceled one. Room changes and section cancellations may be viewed online as soon as they occur. ROOM ASSIGNMENTS AND CHANGES Classes without specific rooms assigned in the class schedule will be assigned before classes begin. In addition, some classrooms may be changed to accommodate class sizes or special needs. Room assignments and changes to room assignments are available on Owl Link as soon as they are made. Check the Web prior to the start of your class for the latest room assignment. Find your classroom in person by visiting Bladen Hall, Room 126, Monday to Thursday 8:30 a.m. 7 p.m., Friday 8:30 a.m. 4 p.m. or Marlboro Hall, Room 1095, Saturday 8 a.m. 4 p.m. If your course is being taught at another location or extension center, rooms will be posted by the off-campus site coordinator. BOOKSTORE The bookstore is located at Prince George's Community College on the first floor of the Largo Student Center. Call or visit Hours: Mon. Thurs. 9 a.m. 5 p.m. Fri. 9 a.m. 4 p.m. Bookstore hours are subject to change and may be extended when credit classes first begin. In addition to in-store purchases, students can purchase books via the telephone during regular business hours. The books can be charged to a credit card and then picked up at the store or shipped to the customer via UPS (additional charge for shipping). Students also may purchase books online from the bookstore website (7 days a week, 24 hours a day). Books will be shipped via UPS (additional charge for shipping). Students taking classes at the University Town Center or Laurel College Center may order books by phone or online. The books then will be sent to the center on Monday, Wednesday or Friday with no charge for shipping. HOLIDAYS Courses will not be scheduled on the following dates: Oct. 28 College Enrichment Day (except LCC) Nov Thanksgiving Day Dec. 20-Jan. 3 Winter Break COLLEGE CLOSINGS Students may receive direct notification of closures and other emerging information by signing up for Owl Alert. Notification can go directly to cell phones or to . This is a free service. Go to to subscribe to Owl Alert. It is the practice of the college to hold all regular classes on all days scheduled on the college calendar. Should an emergency arise that requires the cancellation of classes and activities, the following radio stations will be asked to announce the college s closing shortly after the decision is made: WMAL, WRC, WTOP, WGAY, WAVA, WASH, WHUR, WPGC, and WWMX. The following TV stations will be asked to announce the closing: WRC (4), WTTG (5), WJLA (7), WUSA (9), and NewsChannel 8. Information concerning the college closing also can be obtained on the college website at as well as by calling In case of hazardous weather, extension center classes will be cancelled at local public school locations when the Prince George s County Board of Education announces that the public schools will be closed. Other sites, such as Joint Base Andrews (formerly Andrews Air Force Base), the Laurel College Center, Skilled Trades Center, Westphalia Training Center and the University Town Center will follow the Largo campus weather schedule. If the Largo campus closes as a result of inclement weather, classes at extension centers and sites will be canceled. When the college announces a delayed opening, all classes with at least 45 minutes of class time remaining at the time of the opening will be held. For example, in the event of a 10 a.m. opening, a 9:30 10:45 a.m. class will be held. This procedure applies to all noncredit and credit classes. PARKING Park in student lots only. You may receive a ticket if you park in spaces designated for faculty/staff. SMOKE AND TOBACCO-FREE CAMPUS Prince George s Community College is a smoke and tobacco-free college and workplace. The purpose of this policy is to create a safe, clean, and healthy environment for students, faculty, staff, and visitors. Smoke and tobacco products, including e-cigarettes, are not permitted on the Largo campus or at applicable extension centers. For additional information, visit NONDISCRIMINATION INFORMATION Prince George s Community College is committed to a policy of equal opportunity for all persons to the end that no person, on the ground of sex, age, race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, marital status, sexual orientation, or status as a qualified individual with a disability, qualified disabled veteran or Vietnam-era veteran, shall be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be otherwise subjected to discrimination under any program or activity of this institution. Under this policy, this institution will not discriminate against any person on the ground of sex, race, age, color, religion, veteran s status, disability, ancestry, marital status, sexual orientation, or national origin in its admission policies and practices or any other policies or practices of the institution relating to the treatment of students and other individuals, including employment, the provision of services, financial aid and other benefits, and including the use of any building, structure, room space, materials, equipment, facility, or any other property. One who believes oneself or any specific class of individual to be subject to prohibited discrimination may, by themselves or through a representative, file a written complaint with the Office of Civil Rights of the Department of Education or with the college president, or both. Alonia C. Sharps, Room 130, Kent Hall, , coordinates the college s program of nondiscrimination. TITLE IX Prince George s Community College, as a recipient of federal financial assistance, is subject to Title IX of the Education Amendment of 1972, as amended. It is college policy not to discriminate on the basis of sex in the educational programs or activities that it operates. Prince George s Community College Transforming Lives

11 GENERAL INFORMATION 9 This policy not to discriminate in educational programs and activities extends to admission to the college. Indeed, the college actively encourages the enrollment of interested students, regardless of race, sex, national origin, age, color, ancestry, religion, marital status, veteran s status, or disability, in all of its educational programs, and fully supports student access to all programs without regard to sex stereotyping or other such limitations. Inquiries concerning the application of Title IX may be referred to the director of the Office of Civil Rights of the Department of Education or to Alonia C. Sharps, chief of staff, Room 130, Kent Hall, STUDENT RIGHT TO KNOW ACT Relative to the Student Right to Know Act of 1990, Prince George s Community College provides information regarding the graduation/persistence rates of designated student population groups in degree and/or certificate programs. This information may be viewed online at Scroll to the bottom of the page for Consumer Annual information ANNUAL SECURITY REPORT At Prince George s Community College every effort is made to increase students awareness of issues involving their safety and security. While the college is located in an attractive suburban environment, it is within the proximity of two metropolitan areas and not isolated from safety issues of society in general. Relative to the Campus Security Act of 1990, Prince George s Community College provides information regarding the safety and security of college community members. This information can be obtained from the Campus Police Substation located in Bladen Hall or on the Web at scroll to the bottom of the page to Campus Police and select Annual Security Reports. FERPA Notification of Rights under the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) for Postsecondary Institutions The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) affords you, the student, rights with respect to your education records. They are: 1. The right to inspect and review the education records within 45 days of the day Prince George s Community College receives your request for access. You must submit to the director of admissions and records a written request that identifies the record(s) you wish to inspect. The director will make arrangements for access and notify you of the time and place where the records may be inspected. If the records are not maintained by the Office of Admissions and Records, the director will advise you of the college official to whom the request should be addressed. 2. The right to request the amendment of education records that you believe are inaccurate or misleading. You must write the college official responsible for the record, clearly identify the part of the record you want changed, and specify why it is inaccurate or misleading. If the college decides not to amend the record as requested, the college will notify you of the decision and advise you of your right to a hearing regarding the request for amendment. Additional information regarding the hearing procedures will be provided to you at that time. 3. The right to consent to disclosures of non-directory, personally identifiable information contained in your education records, except to the extent that FERPA authorizes disclosure without consent. One exception which permits disclosure without consent is disclosure to school officials with legitimate educational interests. A school official is a person employed by the college in an administrative, supervisory, academic, research, or support staff position (including law enforcement unit personnel and health staff); a person or company with whom the college has contracted (such as an attorney, auditor, or collection agent); a person serving on the Board of Trustees. A school official has a legitimate educational interest if the official needs to review an education record in order to fulfill his or her professional responsibility. Directory information is information which may be released to a third party without your written consent. Directory information includes, but is not limited to, name, address, telephone number, address, place of birth, dates of attendance, degrees earned, and previous colleges attended. While the college does not routinely release such information to anyone who inquires, it may legally do so if the third party demonstrates a legitimate need to know such information. You may refuse to permit such disclosure without your written consent by notifying the director of admissions and records in writing of your wish to be excluded from such a release of information. 4. The right to file a complaint with the U.S. Department of Education concerning alleged failures by the college to comply with the requirements of FERPA. FERPA is administered by the Family Policy Compliance Office, U.S. Department of Education, 400 Maryland Avenue, SW, Washington, DC SERVICEMEMBERS OPPORTUNITY COLLEGE Prince George s Community College has been identified by the American Association of Community Colleges as a Servicemembers Opportunity College (SOC) providing educational assistance to active-duty service members. Call for more information. DRUG AND ALCOHOL PREVENTION The college s Drug and Alcohol Abuse Prevention Program is part of a nationwide effort to prevent the illegal use of drugs and alcohol and to keep drugs out of schools, campuses, neighborhoods, and the workplace. The program prohibits the illicit possession, use, or distribution of drugs and alcohol by employees and students on college property, or as a part of any college activity. In the event of any violation, the college will impose appropriate disciplinary sanctions on students, under the Code of Conduct, and on employees, under the Personnel Action Procedures, up to and including expulsion or dismissal, and referral to the appropriate criminal authorities for prosecution, and may require the completion of an appropriate rehabilitation program. The college s Office of Drug and Alcohol Abuse Prevention coordinates and facilitates the program activities. The ODAAP identifies and advises employees and students about available drug or alcohol counseling, treatment or rehabilitation, or re-entry programs that are available to them, informs employees and students about the health risks associated with the uses of illicit drugs and the abuse of alcohol, and informs employees and students about the legal and disciplinary sanctions that may be imposed on those who violate the standards of conduct established by the program. For more information, call The schedule of classes is subject to change. Visit Owl Link for the latest course updates at

12 10 ADDITIONAL CLASS INFORMATION WINTER 2014 ALUMNI ASSOCIATION The Prince George s Community College Alumni Association is open to all persons who have attended Prince George s Community College and attained 12 credit hours or completed four noncredit courses. Members of the Alumni Association receive identification cards that admit them to on-campus movies, the library, Novak Field House and discounted use of the Natatorium. Alumni Association members who have received a degree from Prince George s Community College are welcome to use Job Services. Call for more information. DISABLED STUDENTS If you require special services (e.g., interpreters, recorded materials), you must register and pay for your course one month or more before the start of your class. Call , (TTY/TDD) for more information. Disability documentation required. ACCESSIBLE TRANSPORTATION Accessible transportation will be provided to accommodate handicapped persons on all school-sponsored trips. Requests for accommodation must be made a minimum of 15 days prior to any trip. DISCLAIMER The provisions of this publication are not to be regarded as a contract between the student and Prince George s Community College. The college reserves the right to change any provision or requirement when such action will serve the interests of the college and its students. The college further reserves the right to ask a student to withdraw when it considers such action to be in the best interest of the college. 1. ABAR Authentic Bartending School 5124 B Baltimore Avenue Hyattsville, MD AYTI AYT Institute 5700 Kirby Road Clinton, MD AYT3 AYT Auto Clinic Marlboro Pike Upper Marlboro MD BLHS Bladensburg High School th Ave. Bladensburg, MD CHCF Cherry Hill Composting Facility 9330 Cherry Hill Road College Park, MD CRHS Crossland High School 6901 Temple Hills Road Temple Hills, MD ECOF City Farm 4913 Crittenden Street Edmonston, MD FTWM Fort Washington Marina King Charles Terrace Ft. Washington, MD GTSV Greenbelt Travel Services 6411 Ivy Lane Greenbelt, MD HVSV Hyattsville Vacuum Service 5221 Baltimore Ave. (Rt. 1) Hyattsville, MD JHES John Eager Howard Elementary School 4400 Shell Street Capital Heights, MD LCC Laurel College Center 312 Marshall Avenue Laurel, MD LDS Linnel Driving School 1811 Bright Seat Road Landover, MD Northwestern High School 7000 Adelphi Road Hyattsville, MD QBLI Q-Ball Central Avenue Capital Heights, MD SAM Services Academy of MD 741 Cady Drive Ft. Washington, MD SHS Suitland High School 5200 Silver Hill Road District Heights, MD STC Skilled Trades Center (evenings only) 6400 Old Branch Avenue Camp Springs, MD UMD School of Public Health Building 255 College Park, MD UPHI U-Photo 5005 Garrett Avenue Beltsville, MD UTC University Town Center 6505 Belcrest Road Hyattsville, MD WTC Westphalia Training Center 9109 Westphalia Road Upper Marlboro, MD Prince George s Community College Transforming Lives

13 CAMPUS SERVICES DIRECTORY 11 Academic Advising Bladen Hall, Room 124 Academic advising, placement test interpretation. You must be present one hour before closing for full service. Regular Hours Mon. Thurs. Fri. 8:30 a.m. 8 p.m. 8:30 a.m. 5 p.m. Admissions Bladen Hall, Room 126 Credit student applications. You must be in the office 15 minutes before closing to process your application. Regular Hours Mon. Thurs. Fri. 8:30 a.m. 8 p.m. 8:30 a.m. 5 p.m. Bookstore Largo Student Center Cash, check, company voucher, Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Discover are accepted. Check the bookstore s website (pgccbookstore.com) for textbook information. Regular Hours Mon. Wed. Thurs. Fri. Sat. 8:30 a.m. 7 p.m. 8:30 a.m. 5 p.m. 8:30 a.m. 4 p.m. 10 a.m. 4 p.m. Career/Job Services Marlboro Hall, Room 2102 Career advising and job placement Regular Hours Mon. Thurs. Fri. 8:30 a.m. 8 p.m. 8:30 a.m. 5 p.m. Cashier Bladen Hall, Room 120 Bill payment: cash, check, company voucher, Visa, MasterCard and Discover Regular Hours Mon. Thurs. Fri. 8:30 a.m. 8 p.m. 8:30 a.m. 5 p.m. College Life Services Largo Student Center, Room 149 College Web Address Online View catalog, class schedules, and course availability. Continuing Education Kent Hall, Room 207 Regular Hours Mon. Fri. 9 a.m. 5 p.m. Disability Support Services Bladen Hall, Room (TTY/TDD) Assistance for students with disabilities Regular Hours Mon. Fri. General Information/ Directory Assistance Regular Hours Mon. Thurs. Fri. Sat. Help Desk (Owl Link) Bladen Hall, Room 106 Regular Hours Mon. Fri. Sat. Library/Media Center Accokeek Hall Regular Hours Mon. Thurs. Fri. Sat. 8:30 a.m. 4:30 p.m. 8:30 a.m. 9:30 p.m. 8:30 a.m. 6 p.m. 9 a.m. 1 p.m. 8 a.m. 9:30 p.m. 10 a.m. 4 p.m. 7:30 a.m. 8 p.m. 7:30 a.m. 3 p.m. 10:30 a.m. 2:30 p.m. Lost and Found Largo Student Center, Room 149 Regular Hours Mon. Thurs. Fri. Police (Campus) :30 a.m. 8 p.m. 8:30 a.m. 5 p.m. Records/Registration Bladen Hall, Room 126 Transcripts, graduation certification, evaluation of transfer credit in-person registration for both credit and Workforce Development and Continuing Education courses. You must be present 15 minutes before closing for full service. Regular Hours Mon. Thurs. Fri. Student Accounting Bladen Hall, Room 120 Regular Hours Mon. Fri. 8:30 a.m. 8 p.m. 8:30 a.m. 5 p.m. 8:30 a.m. 4 p.m. Testing Center Bladen Hall, Room 100 You must be in the Testing Center two hours before closing to complete the placement tests. Regular Hours Mon. Thurs. Fri. 8:30 a.m. 7 p.m. 8:30 a.m. 4 p.m. Veteran Services Bladen Hall, Room 126 Certification of educational benefits Regular Hours Mon. Thurs. Fri. 9 a.m. 7 p.m. 9 a.m. 5 p.m. Web Registration Available weekends and holidays. Regular Hours Mon. Sun. 7 a.m. midnight Other Numbers not Listed Regular Hours Mon. Thurs. Fri. Sat. 8:30 a.m. 9 p.m. 8:30 a.m. 6 p.m. 9 a.m. 1 p.m. Regular Hours Mon. Thurs. Fri. 8:30 a.m. 8 p.m. 8:30 a.m. 5 p.m. Regular Hours Open 24 hours: Seven days a week. The schedule of classes is subject to change. Visit Owl Link for the latest course updates at

14 12 CONTINUING EDUCATION WINTER 2014 CLASS LOCATION ABBREVIATIONS (SEE CAMPUS MAP PAGE 3) LARGO CAMPUS AH Accokeek Hall AB Auto Bay-Facilities Building BH Bladen Hall CAT Center for Advanced Technology (Formerly High Technology Center) CE Continuing Education Building CH Chesapeake Hall CHS Center for Health Studies LH Lanham Hall LSC Largo Student Center MH Marlboro Hall nat Natatorium NH Novak Field House QA Queen Anne Fine Arts Building TM Temporary Building (behind the running track near Campus Police Station) TO, TS and TZ..... Temporary Buildings (behind Lanham Hall) TBA To Be Arranged EXTENSION CENTERS LCC Laurel College Center in Laurel STC Skilled Trades Center UTC University Town Center in Hyattsville WTC Westphalia Training Center OFF CAMPUS ABAR Authentic Bartending School AYT AYT1 Institute AYT AYT3 Clinic BLHS Bladensburg High School CHCF Cherry Hill Composting Facility CRHS Crossland High School ECOF Eco City Farm FTWM Fort Washington Marina GTSV Greenbelt Travel Services HVSV Hyattsville Vacuum Service JHES John Eager Howard Elementary School LDS Linnel Driving School QBLI QuBall1 SAM Services Academy of Maryland SHS Suitland High School UMD University of Maryland UPHI U-Photo OTHER (DESIGNATES AN ONLINE COURSE) Blackboard See page 79 ed2go See page 77 ProTrain See page 78 HYLAG Largo..... See page 79 HYLCC Laurel..... See page 79 NOTE: An abbreviation may be followed by a room number in some cases. See page 3 for locations on Largo Campus and page 9 for off campus locations. ACCOUNTING AND BOOKKEEPING ACCOUNTING OFC-350 Accounting Fundamentals Demand for accounting professionals currently exceeds supply. If you're interested in increasing your financial awareness and accountability while gaining a marketable skill, this course is for you. The basics of double-entry bookkeeping, analyzing and recording financial transactions and preparing various financial reports at the end of the fiscal period will be covered. Accounts receivable, accounts payable, payroll procedures, sales taxes, and various common banking activities will be discussed. We'll cover all the basics from writing checks to preparing an income statement and closing out accounts at the end of each fiscal period. 12 sessions, $130* (includes a $65 lab fee) WF 10/15 12/5 online E2GO WF 11/12 1/2 online E2GO WF 12/10 1/30 online E2GO WF 1/21 3/13 online E2GO OFC-354 Accounting Fundamentals: Part 2 This course continues to build fundamental knowledge and will provide a solid understanding of corporate accounting practices. You will analyze transactions and prepare various corporate financial reports. You'll gain practical experience working with dividends, plant assets depreciation, accrued revenue and expenses, retained earnings, stockholders' equity, and more. 12 sessions, $130* (includes a $65 lab fee) WF 10/15 12/5 online E2GO WF 11/12 1/2 online E2GO WF 12/10 1/30 online E2GO WF 1/21 3/13 online E2GO OFC-343 Accounting for Managers: Part CEUs The last in a series of three for the manager/ supervisor or administrative assistant who is responsible for making decisions using financial reports as part of the process. Topics include the cash flow statement, generally accepted accounting principles, what audits do for the user of a financial statement, and how financial statement analysis reveals useful accounting information for the user. Meets concurrently with credit course ACC Prerequisite: OFC-342. Text required. 5 sessions, $150* T 11/11 12/9 6 8:50 p.m. Largo QUICKBOOKS OFC-345 QuickBooks: Part CEUs Students will begin budgeting, job costing, and nonprofit accounting using QuickBooks software. Accounting background helpful but not required using the QuickBooks application. Students must take QuickBooks: Part 1 and Part 2 to register for this class. Prerequisite: OFC-344. Meets concurrently with credit course ACC Text required. 5 sessions, $150* W 11/5 12/10 6 8:50 p.m. BH 223 DPR-797 Introduction to QuickBooks 2014 Learn to manage the financial aspects of your small business quickly and efficiently with this powerful accounting software program. QuickBooks is designed especially for the small to midsized business owner who enjoys Quickens ease of use but prefers a more traditional approach to accounting. You will gain hands-on experience as you learn how this well-designed accounting program can make it a snap to set up a chart of accounts; reconcile your checking account; create and print invoices, receipts, and statements; track your payables, inventory, and receivables; create estimates; and generate reports. Whether you Prince George s Community College Transforming Lives

15 CONTINUING EDUCATION 13 are new to QuickBooks or have already used earlier versions of this accounting software program, this course will empower you to take control of the financial accounting for your business. 12 sessions, $130* (includes a $65 lab fee) WF 10/15 12/5 online E2GO WF 11/12 1/2 online E2GO WF 12/10 1/30 online E2GO WF 1/21 3/13 online E2GO DPR-406 Introduction to QuickBooks 2013 Learn how to quickly and efficiently gain control over the financial aspects of your small business with this powerful accounting software. You will master the tools to set up a chart of accounts; reconcile your checking account; create and print invoices, receipts, and statements; track your payables, inventory, and receivables; create estimates; and generate reports. QuickBooks offers the same ease of use as Quicken, coupled with a more traditional approach to accounting to meet the needs of small to midsized businesses. Whether you are new to QuickBooks or used earlier versions of this accounting software, this course will empower you to take control of financial accounting for your business. 12 sessions, $130* (includes a $65 lab fee) WF 10/15 12/5 online E2GO WF 11/12 1/2 online E2GO WF 12/10 1/30 online E2GO AGRICULTURE Certification Preparation, Urban Watershed Restoration Program Contractor Training The course will provide instruction and guidance to existing and potential contractors on how to become a designated County-based business with the County s Office of Central Services. This program is focused on training professional landscape company owners and supervisors on the construction of non-structural Low Impact Development (LID) storm water management techniques. Rebates are available to commercial, residential, non-profit and faith-based property owners in the County who install and maintain rain gardens, permeable pavements, rain barrels and other practices by themselves or by using a contractor. The class will include lectures from national experts, site visits and self-directed studies. Prince George s County Government will provide property owners who are interested in the Rebate Program with a list of certificate holders and their contract information. For More Information Dr. Nancie Park or , ext 340 FARMING AGR-305 Crop Planning and Analysis Join this course to go deeper into farming by developing the skill of crop planning and analysis that is fundamental to achieving your goals in the garden. Learn about the kinds of records you should keep year-round, ways to analyze those records, and using that analysis to produce a crop plan that meets your goals. It is never too late or too early to begin organizing your operation for future seasons. We will review a variety of approaches and software to fit your situation and needs. 1 session, $150 (includes a $120 lab fee) S 11/8 11/8 9 a.m. 1 p.m. ECOF AQUATICS Learn to Swim information is available from the Robert I. Bickford Natatorium: Flyers are available at the Natatorium WF 1/21 3/13 online E2GO EXCEL. Dominicia Dunston Early Childhood Education The schedule of classes is subject to change. Visit Owl Link for the latest course updates at

16 14 CONTINUING EDUCATION WINTER 2014 BUSINESS AND MANAGEMENT SKILLS EVENT PLANNING Event Planning Management Continuing Education Certificate A letter of recognition in Event Planning Management is awarded upon completion of 36 hours total in this area. For More Information BUS-416 The Wedding Coordinator 0.6 CEU Are you organized, creative, and love to work with people? Then you may consider the field of wedding planning. Here is an opportunity to learn how to get started in this popular career. In this class, learn the basics for becoming a wedding planner or even starting your own wedding planner company. Topics will include: the role of the wedding planner; the skill level of the planner setting fees and contracts; tools for success; and marketing to the bride and groom. Instructor: Shelby Tuck-Horton, MD/DC State planner, Association of Bridal Consultants, The Best of "The Knot" for 2007 and 2008, Washington's Bride and Groom Best Wedding Vendor session, $60* S 1/24 1/24 9 a.m. 4 p.m. Largo BUS-444 Wedding Coordinator: Part CEU As a wedding planner, it is your job to minimize stress and maximize every opportunity possible for the bride and groom to have the wedding of their dreams. So in this class, the focus will be on working with the bride, groom and vendors. Learn how to establish a realistic wedding budget. Select vendors and service providers: develop working relationships with vendors; and design a wedding. Instructor: Shelby Tuck-Horton, MD/DC State Planner, Association of Bridal Consultants, and The Best of The Knot for 2007 and 2008, Washington s Bride Best Wedding Vendor session, $60* S 2/7 2/7 9 a.m. 4 p.m. Largo BUS-460 The Site Selection Process Learn the basic steps of the site selection process for event planners. This course will review the legal issues in selecting your site, how to determine the physical requirements for the site, what to consider when selecting meeting rooms, the choices in configurations, how facilities charge for meeting rooms and the formula for determining what size room is needed. The right size room can save you money and make your attendees more comfortable. Instructor: Beverly Litsinger. 1 session, $ Th 10/30 10/30 6:30 9:30 p.m. LCC BUS-347 Working with Hotels Anyone interested in planning an event at a hotel will benefit by understanding hotels, profit centers, contract negotiations, legal issues and license requirements. Topics will include: writing a request for proposal (RFP), developing a meeting resume and preparing addendums that will protect the organization. Instructor: Beverly Litsinger. 1 session, $ Th 11/6 11/6 6:30 9:30 p.m. LCC BUS-371 Marketing Your Meetings and Exhibits Learn what to include in your marketing plan and how to understand the purpose of your meetings and events. This course will show you how to analyze your target market, determine the factors that will affect your budget, identify and understand your competition and monitor the results of your marketing plan. Instructor: Beverly Litsinger. 1 session, $ Th 10/16 10/16 6:30 9:30 p.m. LCC BUS-471 Audiovisual Concepts for Meeting Planners This seminar discusses audiovisual technology and its role in meetings and planning. Topics will include: visual, sound, lighting options; the use of industry terminology; pricing; and value added audiovisual services. Instructor: Christopher Z. Richardson. 1 session, $ M 11/3 11/3 6:30 9:30 p.m. Largo BUS-366 The Building Blocks of Retreat Planning 0.5 CEU This fun, fast-paced course presents the building blocks of retreat planning. This session will focus on executive, church, marriage, and other retreats for both women and men. Topics will include: site selection, on-site and financial management, logistics, publicity, and more. Instructor: Lillian Wright. 1 session, $50* S 10/18 10/18 10 a.m. 4 p.m. Largo BUS-301 Ethics and the Professional Meeting Planner Should I? Should I not? What should I do? Meeting planners regularly face decisions that include making ethical judgments. This session will present tips for planners in bringing appropriate attention to sound ethical practices and conduct. Through a series of industry scenarios, participants will explore behaviors that are prohibited as well as those that are expected. Instructor: Lillian Wright. 1 session, $ S 11/15 11/15 10 a.m. 1 p.m. Largo BUS-307 Developing Sponsorship Opportunities Find out how to get sponsorships for your special events, develop associate memberships and make the most of non-dues revenue sources on a yearlong basis. Instructor: Beverly Litsinger C.M.P. 1 session, $ Th 11/20 11/20 6:30 9:30 p.m. LCC BUS-466 Crash Course in Event Planning 0.5 CEU Acquire the basics of event planning in this course. Discover how to organize, plan and execute an event in style. The student should be ready to discuss an event on which they are currently working, such as a baby shower, birthday, conference, retreat etc. Let's work together to make your event a success! Instructor: Lisa Byrd. 2 sessions, $55* TTh 12/2 12/4 6:30 9 p.m. Largo Prince George s Community College Transforming Lives

17 CONTINUING EDUCATION 15 BUS-516 Parties for Every Occasion This course demonstrates how to plan colorful and fun filled parties and highlights several party styles, touching on most walks of life. To guarantee planning success, "party time" is a guide on using proven best practices for children's parties, holiday gatherings, themed festivities, destination affairs, cocktail and dinner receptions and many other socials. Instructor: Jennifer Saul. 1 session, $ S 10/25 10/25 10 a.m. 1 p.m. Largo S 12/13 12/13 10 a.m. 1 p.m. LCC BUS-532 When to Use Museums, Historic Sites/Buildings and Private Venues Ever thought about using a museum or a historic site as an alternative for a meeting or banquet? Whether you are coordinating a small elegant dinner for two or hosting a conference for hundreds, here are ways to determine if a museum or historic site is suitable for you, your clients and your attendees. Instructor: Renee Maxwell. 1 session, $ T 11/11 11/11 6:30 9:30 p.m. Largo BUS-572 Event Design and Production Designing an event is your opportunity to put the WOW! in your events. Learn how to engage your attendees five senses while creating a one-of-a-kind design within budget. Creating a fabulous design is only one aspect of the event; learn how to coordinate and produce a flawless event utilizing timelines and production schedules. Coordinating logistics and layout, while keeping event type and guest top-of-mind, will be discussed. Instructor: Yvonne Lowe 1 session, $ S 11/8 11/8 9 a.m. 3 p.m. LCC BUS-525 Table Etiquette for the Event Planner A comparative look at ways of implementing traditional tabletop rules in our modern society. This course will cover the basics of table etiquette from linens to china, silver, crystal and table decor. This course will also give you a few etiquette points that may come in handy at your next dinner event. Instructor: Jennifer Saul. 1 session, $ S 11/22 11/22 10 a.m. 1 p.m. LCC BUS-558 Wow What a Great Event! Learn how to create and coordinate successful special events. Develop skills, find resources and gain confidence to plan and produce any size or type of event. Find out what the experts and master planners already know so that you can avoid embarrassing and costly planning errors or production mistakes. After just a few weeks, you will become a knowledgeable event planner poised to produce any type of event. 12 sessions, $130 (includes a $65 lab fee) WF 10/15 12/5 online E2GO WF 1/21 3/13 online E2GO BUS-549 Not-For-Profit Fundraisers/Events Develop the key steps for earning profit from fundraisers/events. Learn how to effectively and efficiently produce, run, and manage an event from a not-for-profit outlook. This course will discuss marketing, developing a sponsorship brochure, and essential techniques in reaching out to organizations for sponsorships and/or in-kind donations. Instructor Sharan Nixon 1 session, $ S 12/6 12/6 10 a.m. 1 p.m. LCC BUS-568 Government Contracting to Grow Your Event Business Government contracting is often used as a means to grow small business revenue quickly. Would you like to plan the next gala, meeting or conference for a government agency? This course will teach contracting opportunities with the federal and local government. We will explore various certifications for your business, registering with a federal and local government agency in-order to bid on event opportunities, creating a Capabilities Statement and responding to RFPs/RFQs. Instructor: Yvonne Lowe. 1 session, $ Th 11/13 11/13 6:30 9:30 p.m. Largo BUS-573 Intro to Social Media for Event Planners This course is meant to help you understand the fundamentals of cultivating an audience, get the needed marketing for your event, and start and maintain a positive marketing campaign on the internet. It will focus on what social media is, how to use social networking sites, and what tools to use to keep abreast of it all. Learn the tricks of the trade and other professional marketing tools. Instructor: Bart Logan. 1 session, $ T 10/21 10/21 6:30 9:30 p.m. LCC T 12/9 12/9 6:30 9:30 p.m. Largo GENERAL BUSINESS SKILLS OFC-346 Administrative Assistant Fundamentals Rapid growth in the health, legal services, data processing, management, public relations, and other industries has created many new job opportunities for administrative assistants. Discover and master the essentials of managerial and staff support, information and records management, communications technology, travel and meeting coordination, space planning, and office ergonomics. You'll become an indispensable member of your team by identifying opportunities and implementing solutions to turn your office into a highly productive workplace. 12 sessions, $130* (includes a $65 lab fee) WF 10/15 12/5 online E2GO WF 11/12 1/2 online E2GO WF 12/10 1/30 online E2GO WF 1/21 3/13 online E2GO GOVERNMENT SERVICE BUS-461 Government Contracting: Marketing Business to Government 0.5 CEU This course will provide detailed descriptions of the procurement programs established by federal, state, and county governments to assist small, disadvantaged, and women-owned businesses. Instructor: Dennis Smith. 2 sessions, $55* W 10/22 10/29 6:30 9 p.m. Largo BUS-534 Writing Proposals for Government Contracts 0.5 CEU This practical course will show the small business owner how to plan, organize, and write winning proposals to local, state and federal agencies. This course also covers Requests for Proposals (RFP), a method for purchasing goods and services from the private sector, and how to submit a successful proposal. Instructor: Dennis Smith. 2 sessions, $55* W 11/12 11/19 6:30 9 p.m. Largo The schedule of classes is subject to change. Visit Owl Link for the latest course updates at

18 16 CONTINUING EDUCATION WINTER 2014 MANAGEMENT AND SUPERVISORY SKILLS Continuing Education Certificate This 60-hour program focuses on building leadership skills for a broad range of duties in virtually every economic sector. Taught by practicing professionals and training consultants who understand both public- and private-sector business practices in the Washington metropolitan area, these courses either alone or as a whole program will help to build the skills you need as a new manager/supervisor to bolster your career at any level. The requirements for this Continuing Education Certificate include successful completion of the following courses: MGT-463 Developing Supervisory Skills MGT-464 Leadership Dynamics MGT-465 Managing Human Resources MGT-434 Business Writing Six hours of additional elective coursework COM-320, MGT-412, or OFC-321 For More Information Dr. Nancie Park or , ext 340 MGT-623 Project Management Professional Certification: Prep 1 Learn how to prepare for the Project Management Institute's prestigious PMP certification exam. Master the first seven chapters of A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK Guide), 5th or latest edition-the essential resource for the PMP certification exam. Find out about the project management knowledge areas, five process groups, and 47 project management processes. Raise your project management IQ by discovering tips and techniques related to the questions you'll encounter on the PMP exam. Use proven learning strategies to help absorb key terminology, concepts, and formulas. 12 sessions, $170* (includes a $85 lab fee) WF 10/15 12/5 online E2GO WF 11/12 1/2 online E2GO WF 12/10 1/30 online E2GO MGT-463 Developing Supervisory Skills 1.2 CEUs This course provides an introduction to the major duties and responsibilities of a supervisor and the three key roles: manager, leader, and administrator. You will be shown how to plan, organize, and control work; build a working relationship with your boss; and effectively supervise your staff. Text: Supervisor's Survival Kit, (11th or latest edition (Prentice Hall). 4 sessions, $145* M 11/10 12/1 6:30 9:30 p.m. Largo MGT-464 Leadership Dynamics 1.2 CEUs In this course, you will examine the functions of leadership styles and the importance of human relations skills in influencing, directing, and motivating employees. Learn how to delegate tasks, take risks, and make decisions. Text required: Leadership: Essential Steps Every Manager Needs to Know, (3rd or latest edition) (Prentice Hall). 4 sessions, $145* W 10/15 11/5 6:30 9:30 p.m. Largo OFC-322 Fundamentals of Supervision and Management: Part 1 If you have recently been promoted to a supervisory or management position or want to know how to become a more effective manager, this course will help you master the basics of business by learning the language of management. You will be introduced to the skills to make a successful transition from employee to manager and you'll discover how to manage your time so that you can deal with the constant demands of a managerial job. How to delegate responsibility, how to motivate employees, and how to influence and direct other people's performance will also be covered. 12 sessions, $130* (includes a $65 lab fee) WF 10/15 12/5 online E2GO WF 11/12 1/2 online E2GO WF 12/10 1/30 online E2GO WF 1/21 3/13 online E2GO WF 1/21 3/13 online E2GO MGT-624 Project Management Professional Certification: Prep 2 Prepare to take-and pass-the Project Management Institute's PMP certification exam. Master chapters seven through 13 of A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge, the most essential resource for the PMP certification exam. Learn all about the 10 project management knowledge areas, five process groups, and 47 project management processes. Raise your project management IQ by discovering tips and techniques related to the questions you'll encounter on the PMP exam. Use proven learning techniques to help you absorb key terminology, concepts, and formulas. 12 sessions, $170* (includes a $85 lab fee) WF 10/15 12/5 online E2GO WF 11/12 1/2 online E2GO WF 12/10 1/30 online E2GO WF 1/21 3/13 online E2GO Prince George s Community College Transforming Lives

19 CONTINUING EDUCATION 17 MGT-626 Project Management Fundamentals There are more projects today than at any time in history. Organizations initiate projects to create new computer applications, erect bridges and buildings, improve processes, develop new products, and reorganize company operations. Unfortunately, most organizations do not manage projects well, creating an unprecedented demand for project management practitioners. If you're organized, perceptive, detail-oriented, and an excellent communicator, you just might have what it takes to succeed in the fast-growing field of project management. If you're new to project management, this course will provide you with the essential information you'll need to prepare for and complete your first project. If you're an experienced project manager, this course will make you more valuable to your employer by increasing your skills and competencies. This course will also help you prepare for the internationally recognized Project Management Professional (PMP) and Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM) exams offered by the Project Management Institute, (PMI). 12 sessions, $130* (includes a $65 lab fee) WF 10/15 12/5 online E2GO WF 11/12 1/2 online E2GO WF 12/10 1/30 online E2GO WF 1/21 3/13 online E2GO MGT-707 Understanding the Human Resources Functions No matter what role we play in an organization, we are all affected by human resources. This course is designed to help people without experience in human resources understand this very vital link in the organizational chain. It will prepare both managers and business owners to handle basic human resource functions in a way that will ensure the best possible result. Particular attention is given to the hiring process, including ways to locate quality employees in a competitive labor market. Employee rights and the legal side of the human resource field are also covered. Ed2go is a global Registered Education Provider for the Project Management Institute (PMI). Registered Education Providers offer programs and courses that are preapproved for professional development units through PMI and have been reviewed by a project management professional (PMP) to ensure that they meet PMI's expectations for professional development in project management. This program/course is a good choice for those looking for project manage- ment experience and those aspiring to obtain a PMI credential. It's also an excellent choice for existing PMI credential holders looking for an approved activity for PMI's continuing certification PDUs. At the end of this course, you'll receive a certificate indicating your completion of PDUs equal to the number of hours of this course through ed2go, R.E.P. # sessions, $130* (includes a $65 lab fee) WF 10/15 12/5 online E2GO WF 11/12 1/2 online E2GO WF 12/10 1/30 online E2GO WF 1/21 3/13 online E2GO MGT-711 Project Management Applications In this course, an experienced Project Management Professional will teach you the same powerful tools and techniques that experienced project management professionals rely on every day. You will increase the probability of project success by mastering the tricks of the trade: Earned Value Performance Measurement, Gantt Charts, Network Scheduling, Work Breakdown Structure, and Cost-Volume Analysis. You will also become proficient at recruiting project team members and empowering them to succeed. You will understand the stages of team development, and gain skills in developing and motivating team leaders. You'll even learn about project software, statistics, change management, processes, and estimating. And gain valuable experience with project planning, control and data analysis tools. This course will also help you prepare for the internationally recognized Project Management Professional (PMP ) and Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM ) exams offered by the Project Management Institute, PMI. 12 sessions, $130 (includes a $65 lab fee) WF 10/15 12/5 online E2GO WF 11/12 1/2 online E2GO WF 12/10 1/30 online E2GO WF 1/21 3/13 online E2GO MGT-646 High Speed Project Management With accelerated schedules driving many technology projects today, the smart project manager must rapidly retool their skill set. This course offers a breakthrough model for dealing with the realities of managing projects at supersonic speeds. Learn to meet and win the challenges of truncated timelines, short-staffed project teams, skimpy budgets and crippling risks. 12 sessions, $130* (includes a $65 lab fee) WF 10/15 12/5 online E2GO WF 11/12 1/2 online E2GO WF 12/10 1/30 online E2GO WF 1/21 3/13 online E2GO NON-PROFIT MANAGEMENT MGT-649 Introduction to Nonprofit Management Develop the skills and strategies you need to become an integral part of one of America's fastest growing service sectors. In this course, a seasoned veteran in the nonprofit management field will show you how to transform your good intentions into a professional plan of action. 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